I have a question about my unique situation. I previously received my DirecTV programming through a round dish with a dual LNB feeding an RCA 3x4 multiswitch. After upgrading to HDTV and a Hughes oval dish with the multiswitch built into the LNB I have some problems. I had to move my dish to the far end of my building (I live in a condo) in order to receive Sat 2 at 119. I currently only have two coax runs back into my unit. My question is this: Instead of running four runs of coax across my building can I use the two dishes that I have with an external multiswitch to receive DirecTV programming? My thought is to move my old round dual LNB dish out where my oval dish is now just to receive Sat 2 @ 119 and use the oval dish in the old round dish location which receives Sat 1 & 3 perfectly. Will this work? What other LNBs that will fit my current oval dish and multi-switches will I need?